Category Archives for Toddlers

The American Academy of Pediatrics published an article May 2016 showing that eating without hunger increases toddler weight gain. Here's how to help.

Toddler Weight Gain & Eating in the Absence of Hunger

In May 2016, the American Academy of Pediatrics published a study revealing that eating in the absence of hunger is linked to unhealthy weight gain in toddlers. This information may seem obvious. If toddlers

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A recent study, from American Academy of Pediatrics: 61.7% of children who went to the ER for choking were 4 years old. Here's a list to prevent choking.

How to Keep Your Child from Choking

According to a study in the August 2013 issue of Pediatrics, published by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), hard candy is the top reason for nonfatal choking incidents that lead to emergency room

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Behavioral Biting in Toddlers

My 15 month old daughter is biting everyone, all the time. Her cousin only bit when he was upset.  Anna bites when she is happy, sad or angry. It hurts. I am afraid she is going to get kicked out of

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